Happy Independence Day…

I wish everyone in India and abroad a very Happy Independence Day. Yeah, August 15, we (Indians) celebrate our Independence. I miss my school days where I used to get an opportunity every year to celebrate with my school mates. I still celebrate in my own way, I don’t stop working rather try to be more efficient and pray/thank for/to every freedom fighter, without whom we would not see this day.
I think, we unconsciously celebrate it every moment of our day. Weather its sipping coffee in a cafe, walking freely on streets, wearing any kind of cloths, expressing yourself freely, studying in a school you want to, free media etc. All these would never been possible without this freedom, for which many-many people sacrificed their interests, lives, families and more.
BTW! Is everyone really free to live the life they want to? No, many can’t do because of poverty, some can’t do because of racism/discrimination of any form. Innocent people are dieing everyday because of many reasons (racism, terrorism, bad policies of some countries, bloody-dirty-politics, poverty etc). I am sure, none of these things were imagined by our freedom fighters when they sacrificed their entire life to make this country (or this world) a better place.
We need to be more conscious and start respecting our freedom and try to make this world a better place by doing right things. Things are going so wrong today that we are afraid of so many things. We have our enemy in our own planet, which is sad.
I pray that we have a better world tomorrow and onwards. A world which has peace, love, no arms, no boundaries, no religion. A world where we have more trust in each other, where we have no poverty, where we have better reasons in life; no materialism.

  • I agree with you, life in india is very hard for most people there.
    GO India! I went to see Kahbi Alivida Na Kehna for 15 August lol, movie sucks…
    Anyways lets hope for a better world.

  • Hey, I share a similar sentiment too!

  • kash…

    I totally agree wid u buddy n impressed to c ur efforts n feelings.Its not tht they’re new to me but still they’re refreshing…keep up the good work…vande matram

  • Radha

    I feel the same way. Thankful to be a free person! i think India will get better and better. it already is. We are still a young country, with just 59 years of freedom. Like the US in the 1800’s. And already we are growing at a good pace. Many of our lives are easier than those of our parents. Maybe the next generation will have it even better. But more world Harmony would definitely help! Here’s to Manking living in peace!

  • hi Abdul,
    it was mesmerizing to recall the golden school days. Well, you rightly mentioned that we need to learn to respect our freedom as many of us take it for grant. And I feel this will be the first step towards our contribution for a developed nation.

  • Let us hope for the sake of our children that we will have a peaceful world in the coming years.
    Many friendly greetings from Sweden

  • Sunita

    This is surely what every Indian feel.I wished our politicians understood what we as citizen feel…